I live in India, and I speak Hindi, Punjabi and English very well. I like to learn other languages too.
Beverages are a significant part of our food. We consume several drinks for many reasons. Some of these are for fun, while others are consumed for health benefits. Consumption of some drinks also depends on seasons and weather conditions.
On this page, you will find a useful list of drinks and beverages in the Italian language. This might help those who want to visit an Italophone region. The Italian words for drinks have also been provided alongside their English translations in a list to help readers learn.
|English Name||Italian Name|
The name of milk in Italian is latte.
The Italian word for water is acqua.
The name used for juice in Italian is succo.
The Italian word for wine is vino.
If you want to ask anyone for a cold drink in Italian, you can say, "Dammi una bevanda fredda."
The name for tea in Italian is tè.
The Italian name for a decoction is decotto.
Vinegar is called aceto in Italian.
The word for beer in Italian is birra.
The name for syrup in the Italian language is sciroppo.
Distilled beverage translates to bevanda distillata in Italian.
It's quiz time now!
For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.
- Which is the Italian name of wine?
- What would you call syrup in the Italian language?
- What is the Italian word for beer?
- Which of the following words would be used for water in Italian?
- The Italian translation of the word distilled beverage is bevanda distillata.
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